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30

Jun

2nd Annual Summer Workshop for French Teachers at TERI – Gurgaon ( 27th June 2014 )

The 2nd Annual Summer workshop for French Teachers took place with some of the top schools and teachers from Delhi NCR & North India participated in the one day event which was inaugurated by Mr. Jean-Yves Gillon, Attaché de coopération éducative, Embassy of France in India. The highlight of the workshop was the presence of such luminaries as Mrs. Amrita Raghunanda - National President - IATF, Mrs. Uma Narayanan, renowned adolescent psychologist and Mr. Hemant Bisht - Lead Prof. at Le Frehindi for Teachers Training Program. All the mentioned stalwarts took their sessions with such passion that it enthralled enlightened the gatherings with immense knowledge with practical tips on teaching French creatively and in an out of the box way.

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12

Jun

2nd annual French Teachers Workshop by IATF, Le Frehindi & Goyalsaab !

Le Frehindi Education, Goyal Saab & IATF-Northern Chapter brings to you the 2nd annual French Teachers Workshop just before the start of session in schools. This year the focus of the Workshop will be on the fact that the Govt. of India in the past few years has bought new systems of education like CCA but has it really changed the way students learn & retain the language? A psychological & pedagogical view on what can be done to increase the retention and interest of the students in French language. Also how parents can be counselled in PTM's etc so as to increase their understanding of equal importance of a global language seriously for an increasingly more globalized world. What are the most tried & tested ways to make French class more interesting?

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6

Jun

How Teaching French has evolved from a being taught as a “Subject” to being discovered as a “language”?

The way French is taught in schools have undergone a systemic change in the past few years with introduction of the CCA system by CBSE. Not few years back French or for that matter any foreign language including “English” in certain schools was taught in a way where 90% of the course was focussed on “Grammar” skills of the student with almost negligible focus on the spoken and listening skills. So at the end of the session all you used to get is an examination paper with a comprehension, fill in the blanks, a lot of written grammar, writing essay etc. No one asked you in the examination how to pronounce a particular word or asked you to read a poem or an article or no one asked you in the exam to listen to a CD or audio and then give you questions based on that audio to test if you have listened properly. All this has changed in the last 2 to 3 years and the general teaching market in India has suddenly seen a demand for such trained trainers who could bring forth in the child all the aspects of a language, be it spoken, listening, writing or reading.

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5

Jun

Le Frehindi’s Summer Camp at Frehindi Village 2014 – Treasure Hunt & La Piscine Bhalugaad

This was Le Frehindi 1st full fledged trip for Schools at Frehindi Village. A group of about 20 students & French teachers guided by Prof. Hemant Bisht & Prof. Haru Mehra started their journey with an exciting Treasure Hunt and small trek to "La Piscine Blaugaad" where students had fun of their life in crystal clear water coming from a 300 feet water fall. Here are some of the pictures which will surely take your breath away :

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5

Jun

Le Frehindi’s French Food Festival at our Partner School

Le Frehindi specializes in organizing "French Food Festivals" in various schools in North India. Native French and chefs of 5 Star hotels like Oberoi and Taj Mansingh conduct this "Festival" with ever excited students. Following are some of the pictures on our successful event with one of our partner school in New Delhi.

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5

Jun

Inter School French Quiz Competition by Le Frehindi

Le Frehindi along with Goyal Publishers and Distributors Organized French Quiz competition at Greensfields Public School, Dilshad Garden on 23rd April 2014. The Quiz was won by DPS Noida and Arwachin International School, Dilshad Garden were runner'sup and Mount Carmel, Shanti Niketan were 2nd Runner's up. The prizes were given away by Mrs. Caroline Schmitt, Attachée de coopération pour le français, Embassy of France in India. Le Frehindi would like to extend a special thanks to all the French Teachers who prepared their students for the event.

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17

Apr

French Quiz for School Children in India ( April 2014 )

Greensfields Public School, Dilshad Garden is happy to announce a “Quiz Competition” on French language & culture as part of the Francophone Week being organized by Frehindi Education P Ltd. We are happy to invite your school to send your children to participate in the same.

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11

Apr

Female French Teachers Required to Teach in International Schools in New Delhi

Frehindi Education P Ltd is looking for trained French Teachers for teaching creative & interactive French in our partner schools. Remuneration will be as per your qualification and experience. Send your resume at haru@frehindi.org Walk In- Interview : Date : 12-04-2014 & 13-04-2014 Time : 11 am to 1 pm. For details call Ms. Madhuri at 09810129231. Regards Team Frehindi

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11

Apr

Job Opportunity in BPO Sector – French DELF A1/A2/B1

TLC has requirement of French Language Expert candidates. Job profile: French technical customer service. Inbound French customer handling Shift 24*7 Rotational 2 week offs Regular home Pick and drop Compensation and Benefits Salary upto 4.5 LPA Incentives : Performance Based Five days working One time meal Contact Person and details : Ajay Singh Assistant Manager-HR Talent Acquisition Contact on Mobile 8447971538 Email ajay.singh@saburitlc.in Web www.Saburitlc.com Team Frenhindi

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11

Apr

French DELF A2 / B1 job in Gurgaon

Job Description Qualification/Experience: (French Language Proficiency Test) 0-2 years of working in a BPO / Call Center involving usage of French Language Candidate needs to be flexible to work in shifts , 22*7 working environment Basic Traits: Good communication Skills in French / English Ability to be assertive and persuasive without being aggressive. Active selling & listening skills. Ability to learn and think quickly. Self-reliant and reliable. Unwavering commitment to customer service Demonstrating "grace under pressure" Excellent selling and persuasive skills to sell Note : Cab facility , Meal , Mediclaim and other all facility ,22*7 working Requirements It’s a 24/7 environment, UK culture, Voice process. we can give approx 20% hike on ctc for all experience candidates Degree and diploma in French language Job Location:Gurgaon Call for more info 9711018353 Salary range: ₨ 5,00,000 - ₨ 10,00,000 / Yearly (Gross Pay) Job type: Full time Position type: Permanent Vacancies: 30 Minimum experience: Two years Education: B.A For more Info call at 9711018353 Team Frehindi

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11

Apr

B. Tech Engineer with DELF B1 or 2 year French Diploma required urgently

Hi, One of our reputed corporate client requires a B. Tech preferably with 4 years work experience with at least DELF B1 or 2 year Diploma in French or fluent in French. The posting can be in France or Hyderabad depending on French Skills of the applicant. Send your resume now at haru@frehindi.org Asap Team Frehindi

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10

Apr

Comparaison des écoles indienne et française

Depuis le 1er avril 2010, l’école est devenue obligatoire en Inde pour les enfants de 6 à 14 ans, et les frais scolaires sont pris en charge par l'État pour les familles les plus démunies. Concernant l’école française, elle est obligatoire de 6 à 16 ans et l’école à la maison est aussi légale. Il existe plus de 65 000 écoles (publiques et privées) en France, et 18 % des élèves sont dans des écoles privées. Le nombre total d’élèves et d’étudiants est de 15 millions, c’est-à-dire un quart de la population. Selon l’enquête internationale PISA (Program for International Student Assessment) qui compare les systèmes éducatifs nationaux, les résultats du système éducatif français sont très moyens, et régressent en matière de lutte contre les inégalités sociales. S’agissant de l’Inde, il semblerait que les écoles privées soient d’un niveau supérieur aux écoles publiques. Concernant mon expérience personnelle lors de ma mission en Inde, j’ai pu observer beaucoup de similitudes entre les écoles indiennes et françaises, mais aussi beaucoup de différences. Les écoles indiennes et françaises ont comme points communs de pratiquer la mixité garçons-filles, mais également, les femmes sont majoritaires dans l’enseignement. Il y a cependant beaucoup de différences. Par exemple, les élèves indiens portent l’uniforme dans toutes les écoles indiennes afin d’éviter toute discrimination relative à leurs origines socio-économiques. Les heures de cours sont aussi différents, un cours dure 35 minutes en moyenne en Inde, et les élèves sont libres à partir de 14h, en ayant commencé leur journée à 9h. Néanmoins, ils ont école le mercredi, alors que les élèves français se reposent ce jour-là. Pour avoir travaillé dans des écoles françaises, je constate en comparaison que les élèves indiens sont plus calmes, disciplinés, motivés et respectueux que les élèves français. Je remarque aussi que les élèves français ont beaucoup plus de temps de recréation. Quant aux professeurs, ils peuvent librement parler de religion dans les écoles Indiennes, dans la salle des profs par exemple, ce qui est absolument inenvisageable en France… Je constate aussi qu’ils se plaignent moins que les enseignants français, qu’ils se critiquent moins entre professeurs, et qu’il y a une meilleure ambiance de travail. Une autre différence très importante entre les deux pays, c’est la place accordée aux libertés individuelles. A partir du lycée, les écoles françaises encouragent la campagne de prévention contre les maladies sexuellement transmissibles et la contraception, c’est pourquoi de nombreux lycées sont équipés de distributeurs de préservatifs gratuits pour les élèves. Ce type de politique est absolument inconcevable dans un pays comme l’Inde ! Une autre distinction qu’on peut faire, c’est l’espace ! En effet, les écoles indiennes accueillent un nombre si important d’élèves qu’elles sont immenses et disposent de cours de récréation gigantesques et verdoyantes, ça change du béton… Je tiens à remercier tout particulièrement l’institut FREHINDI qui m’a permis de découvrir et apprécier les écoles indiennes par le biais de nombreuses visites, en particulier à l'école prestigieuse "BASAVA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL" située à Dwarka. A bientôt, Claire

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28

Mar

La fete d’Holi

La fête d’Holi La fête d’Holi, aussi  appelée fête des couleurs, est la fête hindoue de l’équinoxe de printemps. Elle trouve son origine dans …

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16

Feb

Frehindi Village Trip -2014 to Kundan ka Maison

This time around we were in for a surprise and a new 2 day old boy along with a 3 day old lamb greeted us at Kundan’s house at Frehindi Village Sejour 2014. Apart from this good news our journey towards the village started soon after our breakfast. We started at around 10 am downhill towards the village and on our way we were greeted by Fresh snow on the fields and on the route which made walking difficult but fun. Children and old all picked up snow balls to play with each other till the time we reached at natural water resources coming out of the mountain from where the villagers get their water. The water was so fresh that it can easily be called the natural mineral water of earth.

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15

Feb

Adventure Activities at Frehindi Village Sejour 2014

The adventure activities were planned at “Chauli Ki Jali” soon after the visit to 1000 year old “Siva” Temple called Mukteshwar Temple. The view of the valley down from Chauli Ki Jali is awesome. As per mythology, it is believed that a Demon and a Goddess fought a battle in this place, and there are faint outlines of a sword, a shield and a trunk of an elephant which stands as the testament of the battle. It is a natural lattice around the rock. Locals here believe that barren women who came and touched the lattice were blessed with a baby.

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7

Feb

One Day Faculty Development Program at Salwan Public School, Gurgaon

The following "French Faculty Development Program" is being organized by Salwan Public School, Gurgaon in association with French Embassy.

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3

Feb

If You are DELF B1 then you can apply for a Job in Central Schools ( KV’s ) !

Le Frehindi is pleased to announce that all those who have completed DELF B1 or are in the process of completing the same may apply for the post of "French Teacher" in the various central schools ( Kendriya Vidhalaya's ) in India.

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28

Jan

FRENCH HOMOPHONES

1. À Cette graphie est celle de la préposition (à, de, par, pour, sans, dans, …). Sa fonction première est …

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27

Jan

Comment dit-on ” I am to go out ” en français .

(1) je suis sur le point de sortir . (2) je m’apprête à sortir . By Pedagogical Team at Le …

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27

Jan

Comment dit-on ” Good morning ” en français ?

(1) Bonjour (2) Bon matin (3) bon matinée By Pedagogical Team at Le Frehindi

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27

Jan

Comment dit-on ” He is my cousin ” en français ?

(1) c’est mon cousin . (2) il est mon cousin By Pedagogical Team at Le Frehindi

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27

Jan

Comment dit-on ” Good bye ( in afternoon ) ” en français ?

(1) Au revoir (2) salut (3) bon après-midi (4) bonne après-midi By Pedagogical Team at Le Frehindi

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27

Jan

Comment dit-on ” Thank you for your help ” en français .

(1) merci pour votre aide. (2) merci de votre aide . By Pedagogical Team at Le Frehindi

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27

Jan

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